A former junior college all-American and U.S. Amateur qualifier, PGA-certified professional Denny Alberts draws from 20 years' experience of teaching and playing to foster dependable swings and lower scores. During lessons, Denny videotapes his pupils' swings, using a camera capable of capturing 1,200 frames per second and suspected of stealing the souls of gullible nine irons. With the help of slow-motion review, Denny pinpoints any swing deficiencies, and begins the arduous process of correcting bad habits and retraining muscles through swing drills, teaching aids, and his own internal encyclopedia of hard-won swing wisdom.
Adhering to the notion that an effective golf swing takes thousands of forms, Denny seldom attempts to reconstruct swings completely, but rather focuses on correcting swing mechanics that matter, such as ball contact, stance, and crowd-pleasing putt and struts.
We are a full scale off course pro golf shop. We carry all the pro shop brands and specialize in custom fitting with a state of the art fitting system by Ping N-Flight. We have an authorized Ping fitter on staff as well as a golfsmith with 24 years of experience to help you with your repairs and regips.
The Wildcat Trail is a network of well-maintained golf courses that take advantage of Arizona's sprawling and scenic landscapes. The network provides partnerships and membership access to seven different Tucson courses, one for each day of the week or one for each finger on the standard golf glove. Arizona National Golf Club, which was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., provides expansive views of the Santa Catalina Mountains, and The Golf Club at Vistoso⎯named a Best Public Course in Tucson⎯boasts a 4.5-star rating from Golf Digest. The Wildcat Trail's staff are happy to facilitate vacation planning to area courses or assist with event planning for as many as 288 golfers.
Awarded with Golf Digest's Best Places to Play in 2006, 2007, and 2008, Crooked Tree Golf Course is distinguished for its beautiful surroundings in the Sonoran Desert that lends its landscape features into immaculate course play. The design team of PGA Hall of Famer Lee Trevino and Dave Bennett sculpted the course in 1977, orchestrating an 18-hole layout that cleaves through indigenous groves of ironwood trees, mesquite plants, and saguaro cacti. As golfers take aim at small, contoured greens, they can take comfort in the lack of nearby homes that might otherwise provide tumbleweeds with a place to hide before knocking putts off-course.